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Old 02-26-2013, 12:49 PM
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Rock River and Remington


I have a couple rifles for sale. This is a reluctant parting on both. First is a Rock River Operator in 5.56. Nice rifle. I've only had about 30 rounds through it. It has the RR two stage target trigger as well, which I think was a nice touch on their end. This trigger really allows for some tight groups off the bench, but the rifle wasn't designed with that in mind. As standard from the factory it has the Hogue ergo grip and a Magpul telescoping stock. Comes with two thirty round mags (those cheap tin ones that came with it. You'd think Rock would give you some nice ones.) I also put a single point attachment behind the receiver and a forend grip/flashlight combo. In addition, I put an extender on the charging latch which makes it much easier to charge the rifle. Plus it looks cool and you can pretend you're that guy in Modern Warefare III. It does have a breaching muzzle break, so with that, the forend grip, and the 2 30 round mags you should be able to make dianne feinstein quiver in fear. Also includes the factory sights which are not pictured as I used an EOTEC. This was my zombie rifle, however I hardly use it and I'd like to put this cash into other projects. Why shoot zombies up close when you can shoot them at 1000 yards? $1700 with shipping.

Second is a Remington XR-100 in .22-250. Beautiful rifle with a real silky smooth action. I bought this rifle before I realized all the nuances of long range, so I'd like a bit heaver caliber/better ballistic coefficient as this rifle will not stabilize heavy .22 bullets. That being said I did kill a prairie dog cold bore at a ranged 477 yards. I actually ranged the mound it was on, not the dog itself, but all the same. I cant remember exactly what I paid for it new, something around $900. Comes with front and rear Leupold scope mounts as I don't have a use for this particular mount. In any case I'd let this go for $725 with shipping.
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Old 02-27-2013, 11:56 AM
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